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  1. Hi, Would it be possible to create a LISP routine that can take 300-1000 AutoCAD files and rename dimstyle,textstyle automatically? : Cry:: Cry:
  2. Hello, I am looking into how I can create scripts that would generate a text file which can then be read in by AutoCAD to create the 3d model. I need to be able to create multiple iterations of a model (a solenoid winding) with different parameters (such as number of turns, wire thickness, and number of layers). I was planning on writing a script in pearl and then creating a batch file that would run the script and then AutoCAD in non interactive mode. Does anyone know if this could be done, or if there is a better way of doing this not using an outside script? Also, can this be done in any other CAD program, specifically Solidworks? Cheers!
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